Hotel Savoia e Campana
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and formulate theories of how the world works. Some of the items demonstrated how this knowledge worked its way into the homes of the well off, in sometimes humorous (to us) ways. We then walked along the Arno to the Ponte Vecchio, or Old Bridge. We snapped a selfie there--we forget to do that. It must be a generational gap sort of thing. We then found a cafe where we had cold Cokes (still no ice!) and some fresh fruit. We joined our group for our ...
... up the stairs! The train to Milan was running a little late, so we were worried that we might not make our connecting train to Florence as we only had a 25 minute window of time in Milan!! We didn't have a compartment train this time. We had set seats, but had to make sure we had found the correct carriage as well. There was no opportunity for friendly chatting this journey, so Peter read and I used the time to add to our blog. It was a pretty hot day and I think ...
... needed to be. Soon we were parked, with a few more grey hairs and on our way to see the statue of David by Michelangelo.
We stopped to ask directions and were guided a little but needed further help. A kind man stopped to ask and then another older gentleman stopped, asking the Italian man "are you familiar with the map?" He then proceeded to say follow me and we were on our way. He chatted with Ro along the way in near perfect English. ...
... to re-visit the gorgeous swimming pool in Cortona perched high on the hill...but alas I get to Cortona and the complex is clearly shut for the season, as the umbrellas are packed away and all the furniture is gone, only 3 days after summer has officially finished, and despite the fact it's 32 degrees! The gate is open and I walk in to have a look round, and if the pool hadn't been the most luminous fluorescent green I've ever seen, I ...
... Churches and chapels are everywhere and so are eateries, bars and restaurants. Towards the middle of town is Piazza Anfiteatro. As the name says it used to be an Amphitheatre. But these days its a full circle of buildings surrounding the Piazza with an archway for access in the north, south, east and west. The Piazza Napoleone is at present closed off for their Annual music festival
with big names like Leonard Cohen, Neil Young, Nick Cave ...